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Great guitar work on a cheap toy
The is actually more than just a toy guitar. It combines several musical instrument toys in one – guitar, piano and drums. However, the main instrument is the guitar since it dominates the shape of this toy. You can switch between different music styles (rock, jazz and hip hop) as background music. There is then the possibility to chosse either the song, jam or concert mode. The piano keys cover music notes and sound effects. The child can slide the blue swing button on the body to add effects or rhythm. The yellow circle on the body is actually a sensor which captures the hand move of the player in order to add drum sounds. You see this little toy instrument has really a tons of functions for endless hours of playing. Another nice feature is the recording function that allows kids to record and to replay their own riffs. The Vtech has also a volume control which is really useful in order to avoid too loud noises. It is also equipped with a guitar strap, so that your child can perform like a rockstar. In my opinion this small todller guitar is definitely worth the money and the best one you can find on the market for kids from 3 years.
Toy Guitars | Kids' Guitars - Sears
From 3 years
This is pretty similar to the VTech but much more simplified and so sutiable for younger toddlers. The toddler can choose between different music styles (pop, rock, blues), three different play modes and mix various sound effects to it. Unlike the Vtech, this small guitar doesn’t have neither a volume control nor guitar strap. But for that it costs just the half and it helps children to develop a sense for rhythm and music as well. The same toy guitar is also available as a in purple.
First Act Discovery Acoustic Guitar - Natural - Toys"R"Us
An actual guitar is not a toy. If you have already a guitar at home, you can give it a try. Let your child try to strum strings or some chords (help your child by pressing down the chords for him). However, it’s quite likely that you’ll see your child playing around 10 minutes and then the magic of the guitar is just gone. Even if you have a small body guitar, such as a (the smallest one you can find on the market for kids), the instrument will be first of all too large for a toddler. In addition to that, a child under 4 years doesn’t have the required concentration to learn an instrument properly and that’s why I don’t really like to consider an actual guitar for the little ones.The toy guitar here has a very small scale length. The shorter the scale length, the higher above concert pitch "C" the guitar tuning needs to be to get a decent tension and sound right. Strings from a mandolin might be more suitable (the six main strings).